Parts of Speech Comics Bundle

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David Rickert
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4th - 8th, Homeschool
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    Extra Grammar Comics: Pronouns, Conjunctions, Interjections
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    1. This set of comics and activities covers all of the basics of middle school language arts in a fun and engaging way that will inspire reluctant learners and gifted children alike. Each language arts concept is presented in a comic lesson followed by activities that reinforce the concept. They are pe
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    Are you tired of your students not knowing the parts of speech? Do they look puzzled when you ask them to find the adjective in a sentence? Do they think a car is a verb? Then your students need a review! And what better way to do it through comics?

    Your students will love reviewing the parts of speech with these entertaining comics. They are perfect for students who need a quick refresher, or for those who are encountering the parts of speech for the first time. 


    • One to three-page comics that cover nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and prepositions. Perfect for handouts and learning stations. There are both black and white and color versions.
    • Parts of speech worksheets that reinforce the concepts of each part of speech. Answer key included.
    • BONUS comics about conjunctions and pronouns with exercises. Answer key included.
    • A BONUS comic on interjections (no exercises)
    • Each comic is presented in an editable PowerPoint so you can add your own notes and examples to tailor it to your students’ needs. 
    • Part of Speech Posters you can display in your room.  
    • A cover if you'd like to print the comics and make a book.


    • Have students add them to their writer’s notebooks
    • Use them in learning stations
    • Provide them as a reference for writing conferences
    • Pass them out at the beginning of the year for review
    • Use them to introduce the parts of speech to students who are learning them for the first time


    • 90% of information processed by the brain is visual. 
    • Comics dramatically increase the retention of material. 
    • They also aid in the understanding of difficult material.
    • They serve the needs of visual learners and provide new opportunities for those with learning differences while benefiting all learners.
    • They are fun!


    “This is great!  The cartoons really give both visual and textual evidence of each of the parts of speech.  There is also a quick definition of each embedded in each comic. Very good work. Thanks so much.”

    “I'm only halfway through the packet, but my 6th graders are loving these! They were excited as soon as they saw the comics, and immediately asked if they could color them. A fun way to make parts of speech more exciting.”

    If you would like your students to create their own comics, check out myFREE Comic Strip Templates.


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